Sally made a bold (pun intended!) move on The Bold and the Beautiful when she decided to fake her illness in order to try and re-win Wyatt’s heart. She’s crossed a few lines, however. It’s possible she’s gone too far!
The Bold and the Beautiful Polling
Can Sally be forgiven for her actions? Or has she gone too far? Soap Hub posed this question to viewers.
Our Pal Sally
The good news is that just under half of you, 48%, say that yes, Sally can be redeemed. Let’s look at the past crimes that BB characters have committed. Quinn (Rena Sofer) pushed Ivy (Ashleigh Brewer) into the Seine in France to keep Liam (Scott Clifton) from proposing to Hope (then, Kim Matula; now, Annika Noelle). The late Stephanie (Susan Flannery) lied that she’d had a heart attack to manipulate her loved ones. If these women can be forgiven, then so can Sally!
Sally’s not getting off that easily with a huge portion of you — 39% of The Bold and the Beautiful fans say that you’ll never be able to trust her again. Sally didn’t just lie; she broke the hearts of everyone who cared about her. They began to mourn her loss and she wasn’t even sick! Sally orchestrated this scam and has been manipulating her pal Penny, a doctor who wants to be a designer, into helping her. How can Sally ever be trusted to tell the truth again?
I’m Not Angry, I’m Hurt
The rest of you, just under 13%, say that you’ll never forgive Sally for her lies. It’s one thing to steal a design. It’s quite another to rob people of their trust. Sally’s scheme is understandable on one level. After all, Wyatt (Darin Brooks) went back and forth as to which woman he loved one too many times! The situation has escalated now that Penny has knocked out Flo (Katrina Bowden).
Will anyone else suffer before Sally’s lies are fully exposed? Stay tuned to find out! The Bold and the Beautiful airs weekdays on CBS. Check local listings for air times.